Scholarship – Endorsed Trade Program – Foundation for Housing

Carbon Builders Association Scholarship

Deadline April 30th, 2019

PURPOSE: To provide Scholarship Funds to student pursuing a career in the home building industry and related trades.

HOW TO APPY: Applicants must submit to CBA by mail or e-mail the official application form.

Download the Carbon Builders  CBA Scholarship Application 2019 and the CRITERIA FOR CARBON BUILDERS SCHOLARSHIP

For  more information, please contact

Carbon Builders Association

PO Box 218, 490 Ore Street

Bowmanstown, PA 18030

610-379-1099

 

The Endorsed Trade Program is a program developed by PBA, in collaboration with educators, local builders associations and other industry stakeholders, to provide technical school graduates more credibility in the job market and provide builders with a highly skilled workforce.

PBA’s program is the ONLY program that offers comprehensive support for schools and develops relationships with students.

By requiring that curricula meet industry standards, ensuring that facilities are adequate for proper hands-on training, assisting schools in the development of home builder student chapters, facilitating local internships, and providing a process to ensure that students can connect with builders, PBA’s program accelerates the placement process for students to transition successfully into the workforce.

The Pennsylvania Foundation for Housing, Inc. was established by the Pennsylvania Builders Association (PBA) in 2012 to support programs that ensure the growth and development of the home building industry through strengthening educational opportunities in residential building and related fields.

Led by a volunteer Board of Trustees, the Foundation is organized as a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) charitable organization. Administration, including program development and marketing of the Foundation is provided by staff of PBA. Fundraising is provided by non-staff volunteers and trustees. Foundation operations are conducted from the PBA offices in Harrisburg, PA.